An aesthetic created by a group of primarily American-trained, first-generation Chinese architects.
A review of a new book looking at the iconic transport designs that shaped London.
The environmental dust monitoring equipment that has been used in projects in Botswana and Iceland.
Taiwan's Taipei 101 - no longer the tallest building in the world, but still one of the greenest.
Designing Buildings Wiki select some of the most interesting buildings to visit during September's Open House weekend.
A redevelopment project offering multiple ways of improving health and wellbeing.
Deconstructing a Brutalist landmark - why was the library was built, and why has it been demolished after just 40 years?
BSRIA launch new free guide to indoor air quality.
Despite proving controversial and over-budget, the Scottish Parliament Building won much praise for its innovative design.
An article examining the schedule of rates for construction.
New study reveals the tallest 'twisters' in the world.
Government renews commitment to London's Garden Bridge but reduces offer by £6m.
New ISO standard developed to help tower cranes resist earthquakes.
2 years on from the launch of YellowJacket app, reports 124% increase in near miss reporting.
TfL land set for affordable homes as Mayor Khan picks expert team.
Re-purposed felt tile system allows for stylish, on-demand soundproofing.
Inauguration of the record-breaking hybrid cable-stayed suspension Third Bosphorus Bridge in Turkey.
RICS publish 'Best Practice Commercial Delivery in Infrastructure' paper.
Latest quarterly survey reports continued strong financial performance for the social housing sector.
The IHBC has welcomed plans for the re-launch of UKAPT as Heritage Trust Network (HTN).
UK maintains strong trade surplus in construction machinery, new figures show.
UandI awarded planning permission for two Irish redevelopment projects.
Is the Shanghai Tower the greenest skyscraper in the world?
Housebuilder Persimmon reports profits up 29% amidst 'robust' post-Brexit demand.
How can commercial performance in UK infrastructure programmes be improved?
With no women in this year's shortlist for Construction Manager of the Year, what can the industry do on the gender issue?
Constructing Excellence to merge with BRE.
Photographer captures the intriguing architecture of North Korea.
BRE's Home Quality Mark team wins Green Apple Award for being 'green champions'.
Review of structurally defective Edinburgh schools could impact the rest of the UK.
Architect Richard Rogers says "we must defend our public spaces."
RTPI report warns that budget cuts and continual changes in planning policy have stripped planners of their powers and resources.
Take part in BSRIA's 13th annual customer satisfaction study of mechanical and electrical maintenance service providers.
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